Secret feature you never knew your car had that makes it easy to get your takeaway food home

PEOPLE are only just discovering a secret feature that means no more spilled takeout food in your car seat.

This hack makes it easy to get your food home and avoid hard-to-clean stains.

the "curry hook" has proven to be a life saver since its introduction in 1996

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The “curry hook” has proven to be a lifesaver since its introduction in 1996

The famous “curry hook” started out as a purse or tote bag hook, but motorists have found it works better as a place to hang their take-out bags.

It was first introduced in the 1996 Nissan Almera, and the popular feature is still present in current Qashqai and X-Trail models.

The nifty hook saves riders from vacuuming up spilled food in their footwells and avoids long-lasting odors.

However, its original function remains and serves as a practical place to store your handbag.

Without the hook, we might still be crawling around trying to pick up the loose items that fell out when we went around a sharp corner too fast.

Other amazing hacks people are just beginning to notice is the hidden gas cap holder.

Some motorists were surprised to learn that they could tuck the fuel cap neatly into a flap on the cover.

The nifty trick then keeps the lid out of the way while the driver refuels.

However, not every make and model has this feature, but a good number of engines do, including the Nissan Juke.

https://www.thesun.ie/motors/10115523/curry-hook-car-feature-hack/ Secret feature you never knew your car had that makes it easy to get your takeaway food home

Fry Electronics Team

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